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Here is a gorgeous handmade double halo diamond ring. Attention to the smallest detail - and impeccable design make this ring something to be cherished.
The detail work on these rings is remarkable - perfection from any and every viewing angle.
The double halo adds a great visual size to the ring.
Stats on the ring pictured below, not included in the price
SHAPE: Branded DBL Old Mine Brilliant
COLOR: Y-Z, Natural Light Yellow
MEASUREMENTS: 6.16 x 5.68 x 4.04 mm
TOTAL DEPTH: 71.2%
TABLE SIZE: 51%
FLUORESCENCE: MEDIUM BLUE
GIA REPORT #: 1132581899
TOTAL WEIGHT: 0.44cts
SHAPE: Single Cut
Platinum and 18Karat Yellow Gold Halo
This ring is shown with the optional single cut melee. In this ring are 65 Single Cut diamonds of varying size. Literally - the sizes range from .7mm up to 1.4mm. Let me tell you- this many single cuts working together is very cool. The sparkle is definitely different than full cut diamonds.
What is a "Single Cut"?
When smaller diamonds were first polished they were even simpler than the Single Cut. The diamond is divided by 8 on top and bottom- with a large flat facet on top called the "table".
Here's the basic facet
pattern of a single cut diamond
Looking through the diamond you see something like this
This design is the foundation for every Modern Round Brilliant. Below I've sketched in the additional facet lines that give the Modern Round Brilliant diamond 57 facets, versus 17 for the Single Cut.
Below is a blow up of the single cut diamonds in the double halo.
Where is this ring made?
This ring is manufactured in New York City.
To achieve these results, you need a combination of things. A highly skilled workforce is only the starting point. Specialized tools are required. The reason that the parts join together so well is because the parts were designed, and polished using a
The methods used for welding involve working in as sterile an environment as possible- while focusing acutely on specific areas using a microscope. This comes into play heavily on a ring of multiple metals, such as this one.